I want to leave a review of my short-term (unfortunately) trip to London from linguatrip.
My choice fell on this school because of good reviews and a pleasant price. And it justified me completely. Linguatrip did all the organizational issues for me, which made life much easier for me - there was no need to think about personal payment and transfer of money to the host family, for training, textbooks, visas.
The work is organized accurately and managers respond quickly, which is very pleased.
Also very cool was that for a while before the trip i received a letter from Linguatrip, where there was a clear instruction on where it was better and cheaper to buy food, which places you need to visit (Emirates Greenwich Pensula - is just a great place, in the evening especially.), what documents to print and take with you, where to buy an adapter, where to buy a sim card. All this really helped me. And even though it was generally my first trip - I was not worried at all.
Now about the school itself. Arriving here and realizing with horror that I completely do not understand the English speech (the first day). With "impatience" I waited for the first day at school to burn out of shame, that I do not understand anything. But now seriously - there are amazing people working there. I have no idea how they do it, but I was able to completely relax, knowing that they are ready to help with everything, and patiently explain, repeat all the phrases.
Teachers are interesting and open.
Tommy and Nina were especially memorable. Each of them has its own ways of "talking" with students. (Now you do not need to be afraid. Everything is fun and useful for you).
School in the beautiful area of Greenwich. From the metro a maximum of 2 minutes. And immediately opposite you will find a supermarket, and a cozy cafe with morning songs One Direction and a fun-loving waitress, and, of course, a traditional cafe with Fish and Chips. Everything is nearby - if you suddenly want to have a snack during lunch. There are also many shops and even the famous Greenwich market.
I know that 2 weeks is short, but even for these two weeks it was enough for me that the hearing really adapted to the speech, I began to speak more consciously in English.
I would love to visit this school again.
House. Briefly about the place where I lived. It was a nice cozy house in Lewisham (A few minutes by subway to school). Mistress Rosemary was friendly and every day asked me about how I spent time while we were having dinner.
People who met me really tried to make my time pleasant and unforgettable.
I express linguatrip gratitude for the fact that I generally learned about this opportunity to study a foreign language, as well as for help in preparing a visa - big thanks to Manager Maxim and Eugenia.